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Principal's Welcome

Welcome to Jo Byrns High School, home of the Red Devils. We teach students in grades 6-12 in areas of Springfield, TN; Cedar Hill, TN; and Adams, TN. Our school focuses on academic rigor in all content areas while supporting athletics, clubs, organizations, and service learning. Additionally, we fully embrace the use of technology in the classroom through Robertson County's 1:1 technology initiative. Please explore this website to discover teacher webpages, sports schedules, calendar dates, and current events. 

Jeff Haines, Principal

Jeff Haines

Titles: JBHS Principal

Mr. Haines was born in Rockport, Indiana. He attended Western Kentucky University where he received his Bachelor's degree in Business and Marketing Education with a Business Administration minor. He taught at Springfield High School from 2006-2012; his schedule included Accounting, Personal Finance, and Banking and Finance. At Springfield, he was the assistant coach for boys' basketball for four years and the assistant coach for baseball for two years. Mr. Haines then received his Master's degree from Austin Peay in Educational Leadership in 2011. He was the assistant principal at SHS from 2012-2016, where he also served as Co-Athletic Director.  In the 2016-2017 school year, Mr. Haines transferred to Jo Byrns High School as the principal. In his free time, Mr. Haines enjoys golfing, attending St. Louis Cardinals games, and spending time with his family. 

Asia Hindman

Titles: Teacher, Building Testing Coordinator, JBHS Assistant Principal

Mrs. Hindman grew up in and graduated from Houston County in 2006.  She then attended Austin Peay State University where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in History with a concentration in Economics to teach social studies in grades 7-12.  

Mrs. Hindman started her teaching career in Tipton County in 2010, where she stayed for three years.  She then accepted a position at Houston County Middle School, followed by a position at West Creek High School in Clarksville, TN. She spent seven years at West Creek teaching, coaching, and in various leadership roles.  While at West Creek, she also earned her master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Carson Newman University.  

In 2021, Mrs. Hindman accepted a newly created position at Creek Wood High School as a Graduation Coach.  In this role, Mrs. Hindman worked with students and teachers to increase the school graduation rate, increase the percentage of students identified as Ready Graduates, and worked with counselors/social workers to remove barriers that impact each student’s path to graduating.  She will graduate from Arkansas State University in May 2023 with her Ed.S. in Educational Leadership with a focus on Principalship.  

Mrs. Hindman is looking forward to working with the families of the Jo Byrn’s community to help each student achieve academic success.  In her spare time, Mrs. Hindman enjoys attending UT Vols football games, playing coed softball, and spending time with her family and friends

Michael Cumberledge

Titles: JBHS Assistant Principal

Mr. Cumberledge was born and raised in West Virginia and graduated from West Virginia University in 2008 with his Bachelors Degree in Health and Physical Education. He moved to Clarksville in 2009 and began his teaching career in Clarksville Montgomery County Schools.

Over those 11 years, Mr. Cumberledge taught in both the elementary and the high school setting. He earned his Masters Degree in Sports Administration from California University of PA and just recently graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University with his Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership.

During the past 3 years, he served as the Student Support Coordinator at Kenwood High School and the Assistant Athletic Director.  Mr. Cumberledge is so excited to be apart of the Jo Byrns Community.  In his spare time, he enjoys watching sports, playing golf and spending time with his family.